Springdale, Utah, is a launching pad for amazing experiences in Zion National Park. The red rocks and arch formations in Zion make it one of the most interesting natural viewing attractions in the United States. Whether you go to Zion to hike on the thousands of miles of trails or simply pull up to a viewpoint and snap a few pictures, you will have a meaningful experience at the park. Springdale is also home to the David J. West Gallery, which houses a large collection of Native American art. The Fatali Gallery and the Sorella Gallery are also great places to buy art that showcases this stunning area of the country.
Getting to Springdale is easy when you have a rental car. From McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas, it takes about two and a half hours to get to the city via Interstate-15. Visitors to the area can also check out St. George. This is Southern Utah's largest city, and it is about one hour away from Springdale. St. George is home to Mormon historical sites that highlight the area's founding.
Evening temperatures can drop below freezing in the winter while summer provides average temperatures in the mid-70s. The community's biggest event is the annual Fourth of July Celebration in the center of town.